MACE offsets its Carbon Footprint for the second consecutive year
The 4th edition of MACE, The Malta Aviation Conference and Expo, themed Gaining Altitude, came to a successful end today. Taking off on the 5th October, this edition of MACE welcomed to Malta some of the most inspirational experts in the aviation industry for two days of panel discussions, keynotes and networking.
“It is always thrilling to see the ways in which this conference we started in 2019 keeps growing and evolving. We are truly delighted that we were able to host our conference yet again in Malta. We are proud to have provided this space for industry players, professionals, as well as policy makers to engage in discussions, partnerships and share best practices as well as meet, network and identify new business opportunities for themselves and the industry,” said Stanley Bugeja, Jonathan Dalli and Joshua Zammit, MACE Founding Partners.
This year, the conference hosted over 30 local and international speakers including the Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects, Hon. Dr. Aaron Farrugia; the Transport Malta CEO, Brigadier Jeffrey Curmi and many more.
“Year upon year, MACE, Malta’s biggest aviation-themed conference, continues to prove itself to be of great value to the aviation community. The conference wouldn’t be possible without the support of our Main Partner, Transport Malta and all other partners that continue showing their support and consider MACE as a well needed discussion for the industry. Their support motivates us to push forward and start working towards the 5th edition of MACE that will be held on the 11th and 12th October 2023,” they concluded.
Aiming to advance the sustainability objectives within the aviation industry, MACE organisers have committed themselves to offsetting the event’s carbon footprint. Working with Azzera, an innovative provider of carbon offsetting and compliance solutions, MACE offset 100% of emissions generated by this year’s event.
“We are very pleased to be working with MACE this year,” adds Puja Mahajan, CEO and Co-Founder, Azzera. “The organisers of this event are showing true leadership with their commitment to sustainability. Together, we are creating a model that can be replicated to make carbon neutrality an aviation conference standard.”
Special thanks goes out to all those Partners that have joined forces to support MACE 2022: Novargo, The Concept Stadium, DC Aviation Group as Founding Partners; Transport Malta as Main Partner; Challenge Group as Gold Partner; 3 Plex Aero, Collins Aerospace, Emperor Aviation, Enemed, Grant Thornton and 3 Plex Group as Silver Partners;VistaJet, EBAA, iJET, Dacoby, MAMO TCV, AirMalta, Time to Fly, Raven, Malta International Airport, Malta Enterprise, Dronamics, Satcom Direct, Opes Jet, SR Technics, FlightSafety, Aviatize, webmanuals, Azzera as Supporting Partners; Epic for Business as Official Telecom Partner; and Fifty Sky Shades, Aviation Pulse and Business Airport International as Media Partners.
For more information, visit: https://mace.aero/